Tech-savvy credit union one of the first in Michigan to incorporate innovative feature
LATHRUP VILLAGE, Mich. – Dec. 11, 2012 – Michigan First Credit Union has launched a new feature allowing mobile deposit for iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices. Users of the Michigan First Mobile application can now take a photo of a check with their device and deposit it directly into their checking or savings account. President/CEO Michael Poulos made the announcement.
Mobile deposit is another amenity for members that have downloaded the app, which also includes complete account access from your phone. Users can view savings and checking account histories along with Michigan First loans; as well as transferring funds, paying bills, and locating convenient branches and ATMs. More information on mobile deposit is available at MichiganFirst.com/MobileDepositFAQ.
“The use of mobile banking will continue to grow rapidly over the next several years, so we’re investing in strengthening this technology for our members,” says Poulos. “You can’t beat the convenience of snapping a quick photo with your phone to deposit a check. With today’s busy lifestyles, we’re constantly working to make the banking experience as fast and easy as possible for our members.”
Michigan First continues to focus on exceptional customer service through social media networks and new in-branch technology. These ongoing improvements help the credit union bring in more than 1,000 new members each month.
To download a screen shot of the mobile deposit app, please click below.
About Michigan First Credit Union
Founded in 1926 by a small group of Detroit teachers, Lathrup Village-?based Michigan First Credit Union (MichiganFirst.com) has grown into a more than $625 million financial institution serving more than 87,000 individuals and local businesses in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. An industry leader in consumer?focused technology and dedicated customer service, the credit union is also significant supporter of local financial education and community organizations through the Michigan First Foundation, which donates $100,000 to more than 75 local nonprofits each year. For the latest news, and events, Follow Michigan First on Twitter at http://www.Twitter.com/MichiganFirstCU or “Like” Michigan First on Facebook http://www.Facebook.com/MichiganFirstCreditUnion.